Meg Oliver has been named a correspondent for CBS News, based in New York. Oliver has been with CBS Newspath, the newsgathering service for CBS stations and international broadcasters, for the past two years, and she has reported on stories including the California dive boat fire; the wildfires in Paradise, Calif.; and on unreported deaths [
This is the 620th edition of the Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue). Here is the November 23 edition. Inclusion of a story in the Spotlight does not necessarily indicate my agreement with or endorsement of it.
Bill Hemmer will anchor an hour long newscast on Fox News Channel starting in January, filling the time slot after Shepard Smith’s departure. Fox News announced Hemmer as the permanent anchor in the 3 p.m. ET hour on Monday. Bill Hemmer Reports will launch on Jan. 20. Hemmer will exit Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom, [
NEW YORK (AP) - Anchor Norah O’Donnell’s move from New York to Washington gives the “CBS Evening News” a unique calling card among the three network newscasts starting Monday. Although nightly newscasts have split home bases in the past, this will be the first time either the ABC, CBS or
The loss of local news coverage in much of the United States has frayed communities and left many Americans woefully uninformed, according to a new report.
Throughout the 1980s and ’90s, the National Enquirer graced nearly every grocery store checkout line in America, its lurid headlines just as innocuous a part of the shopping experience as Juicy Fruit gum or a pack of Skittles. In those days, the magazine seemed like the news equivalent of that checkout aisle candy—not sustenance but not dangerous. But just as a diet consisting primarily of sugar can have dangerous long-term health effects, the sensationalizing of the news via Enquirer headlines...
CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett on Wednesday said House Democrats were not exhibiting a "minimum standard of fairness" with their failure to question a law school professor summoned by Republicans for impeachment hearings.
Awards season is officially underway. The National Board of Review announced its annual film awards Tuesday and picked Martin Scorsese’s sprawling epic “The Irishman” as the year’s best film, consolidating the Netflix movie’s status as a serious awards contender. National Board of Review President
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Fox Nation, the streaming platform from Fox News, has released an advertisement which celebrates “an all-American Christmas” yet does not appear to include any people of color. Using phrases like “celebrate America and our traditions,” the promo flagged by Media Matters features a number of Fox personalities, as well as clips from classic Christmas recordings. But only [